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Published June 26, 2012

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Elmo discusses Horse and Buggy Days


,p>Elmo Town met for their June meeting and Ethan Migliori a candidate for county commissioner spoke to the council. He listed his qualifications for commissioner. He said he has worked in small business. He was one of the founders of the BEAR progra...

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Poker Ride Benefit For Millsite State Park

Training with the National Guard


When the Utah Army National Guard teamed up recently with local law enforcement for training, a lot of learning took place. The guard was impressed with the level of professionalism and expertise the locals had to offer making the mock trainings as r...

Cowboy poetry event at 777 ranch in Ferron


On June 9 there was a gathering to listen to Cowboy Poetry at the 777 Ranch East of Ferron out on Dutch Flat. This is an annual event hosted by Rick and Genny Benson, they are the camp directors and ranch management. This event is held on the second ...

Work continues on senior center in Huntington


At the June 12 commission meeting Morris Sorensen was approved for a seat on the Emery Water Conservancy District board. The commission will advertise for a member for the Emery County Care and Rehab board. The commission signed a memorandum of under...

Huntington City Council meeting


After holding a public hearing earlier in the June Huntington City Council meeting, the council unanimously approved the 2012-13 Huntington City budget. The total budget for the year is $915,540. The city adopted the property tax rate recommended by...

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